Dead End


Crime Drama Film-noir Romance

Dead End is a 1937 American English-language Crime Drama motion picture featuring Sylvia Sidney, Joel Mccrea, Humphrey Bogart, Wendy Barrie, Claire Trevor, Allen Jenkins and Gertrude Valerie. The movie is based on Dead End 1936 play by Sidney Kingsley Norman Bel Geddes. The lives of a young man and woman, an infamous gangster and a group of street kids converge one day in a volatile New York City slum. Samuel Goldwyn Productions was the production house involved in the project along with executive producer(s) Samuel Goldwyn. Dead End is written by Lillian Hellman and Sidney Kingsley and it is directed by William Wyler. United Artists acquired the distribution rights for the movie. The film has a running time of 93 minutes. and it received positive reviews from critics when it was released. Dead End was made on a budget of $0 million. The screenplay for the movie was written by Lillian Hellman. Cinematography was done by Gregg Toland and editing by Daniel Mandell. The music was composed by Alfred Newman.
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Release Date27 AUG 1937
Budget$ 0 MILLION



Crime , Drama , Film-noir , Romance

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Dead End Reviews and Ratings

Average Review Rating : positive


Positive Review Rating : 44%

    • Dennis Schwartz

      Though well meaning it couldnt be more outdated and its take on juvenile delinquency more risible. ( Read More )
    • Emanuel Levy

      Only one of the ten nominated pictures was a comedy, Leo McCareys sublime screwball, The Awful Truth, co starring Cary Grant and Irene Dunne at their very best. ( Read More )
    • David Nusair

      Though Enchantment is technically well made director Irving Reis infuses the lackluster plot with some much needed bursts of style, while Niven is typically charming in the central role the extremely deliberate pace quickly becomes overwhelming, making it impossible to ever really get into the story. ( Read More )
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